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Providing Cloud and professional IT services for the care services

Developments in technology has meant that healthcare providers are digitalising healthcare records, and care homes are discovering huge benefits from doing so.

With new technology, carers now have the ability to instantly access resident data and information wherever they are and on a variety of devices, allowing them to improve efficiency and spend more time effectively caring for their residents. However, in order to ensure that care homes maintain their efficiency of providing a high level of care, it’s essential that a routine is in place for all their files to be reliably backed up.

We highly advise backing up.

Regularly backing up your files is good practice regardless, but with the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) that came into effect on 25th May 2018, there’s even more reason for care homes to back up their files and ensure GDPR compliance. One of the most important steps to take in order to protect information is to habitually back up, and failing to comply with the new regulations will result in strong penalties and damage to reputation.

84 percent of all businesses store data or backups in the cloud, with a further eight percent planning to do so within the next year

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If a healthcare provider were to lose their records, the consequences would be disastrous. For example, carers would no longer have access to each resident’s care plan, which in turn will have a detrimental impact on the health and wellbeing of the residents.


  • Prevent data loss by migrating to the cloud 
  • Be mobile by accessing crucial patient data on the go 
  • Keep up with medication requirements using databases with Microsoft 365 
  • Prevent security threats by have automatic updates in place 
  • Installation of monitoring softwares to keep track of care home performance.

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